I'm trying to install a specific version of CrateDB, for example:
$sudo apt-get -s install crate=2.1.8-1~wheezy
but this package is not found.
Running 'apt-cache madison' only shows the latest version:
$sudo apt-cache madison crate crate | 2.2.3-1~wheezy | https://cdn.crate.io/downloads/apt/stable wheezy/main amd64 Packages crate | 2.2.3-1~wheezy | https://cdn.crate.io/downloads/apt/stable wheezy/main i386 Packages
Crate.io repository in sources.list:
deb https://cdn.crate.io/downloads/apt/stable/ wheezy main deb-src https://cdn.crate.io/downloads/apt/stable/ wheezy main
All versions that are actually available (including 2.1.8-1~wheezy ): https://cdn.crate.io/downloads/apt/stable/pool/main/c/crate/
How can I make apt see all the available packages and not just the latest one?
(I'm on Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS)